Taliban Humanity Watch

Here’s the latest humanity from the Taliban:

Kabul: Suspected Taliban “militants” beheaded a headmaster and torched two schools in southern Afghanistan, officials said on Sunday. (sify news)

The positive tone throughout the weekend was dampened by talk of Friday’s attack on a four-storey house used by an US aid organisation in the northern city of Kunduz.

Taliban suicide attackers stormed the house, killing four people before dying in a five-hour gun battle with Afghan security forces. The pre-dawn attack appeared to be part of a militant campaign against international development organisations.

We’ve already tried to spot the humanity that the BBC’s Lyse Doucet urges us to report:

A BBC presenter has attacked coverage of Afghanistan’s ongoing war, claiming TV reporters are not covering the ‘humanity of the Taliban’.

Other News:

In Afghanistan,  Journalists Get New Restrictions

2 thoughts on “Taliban Humanity Watch”

  1. TV reporters are not covering the ‘humanity of the Taliban’.

    The Taliban possess zilch humanity! They are not human, but robots. Programmed to maim and kill.

  2. Flashback:

    Stolen women were a reward for victorious battle.

    Lifting The Veil On Taliban Sex Slavery

    Read more: http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,201892,00.html#ixzz1NRvvw2fD

    Q: What do female Muslims use for birth control?
    A: Their faces. (that’s why they cover them up)
    Q: What’s the difference between a Muslim and a dead horse?
    A. It’s no fun beating a dead horse.

    Q. What’s the difference between an American BBQ and an Islamic BBQ?
    A. In America, Humans roast animals over a fire. In Islam, it’s the other way around.

    Q. What do you say to a Muslim with his arm all the way up a camel’s rump?
    A. “Having car trouble?”

    Q. What’s the difference between Cindy Sheehan and a terrorist enemy?
    A. I don’t know either.

    Q. What’s the difference between Michael Moore and a one ton CARE package?
    A. Michael Moore, if sliced real thin, can feed a larger Afghan village.

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